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Conveniently located near U.S. Highway 101, the Econo Lodge Inn and Suites hotel offers easy access to many nearby attractions, landmarks and outdoor recreation areas. Great staff! Room was perfectly clean and ready, smooth checkin and checkout, well located and clear directions of near places to go (supermarket, breakfast/dinning, etc).
Aberdeen is so much better to stay in than Ocean Shores! The food is much cheaper and to everyone's liking - the hotels are alot cheaper and its only 20 minutes to Ocean Shores to go play in the ocean! There are also alot more family fun in this sweet town.. All the one way streets are a bit odd to get through but designed for large volumes of traffic so it made sense.
Aberdeen is where you go to die or to find drugs. It is a small town with little to no retail options there is a Walmart and a Safeway and some other small places to get things but other than that it's just a stop for gas and snacks I wouldn't move here if you can help it and if you're looking for a place to stay and go the extra few miles and stay in ocean shores or Olympia don't bother with this town, it's really just not worth it,
It's a dying town with little to recommend it. Despite my many trips here I have yet to find a single good place to eat or anything much to do. All you really need to know is that the largest building in town is a burned out hotel no one can afford to tear down.
I expected more, but got way less out of my very first experience of this town, from the locals going above and beyond over selling to get you to purchase more than you need to line their pockets, taking total advantage of the out of towner! I will not go back
The choices in this town from food to hotels isn’t ideal. They seem to really sock it to the tourist in every way! My first impression and experience wasn’t good at all. My hotel was skid row horrible and the food experience much in the same, the only good was they at least had a Starbucks and it was as it should be.
We were quite pleased with Aberdeen as far as friendliness of the people. Several times, we needed help in finding places and even passersby were willing to tells what they knew. The one way streets were hard to get used to but after a few round abouts, we got it. We were looking to see "Lady Washington" as listed in the BCAuto book - but it was up in Bellingham! and the Museum in Aberdeen had been destroyed by a fire earlier, so we had to look for other sights.
It was quite, on the road, easy to get too, and they accepted pets.